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Old 05-30-2013, 02:30 PM   #1
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LXer: Create secure remote backups using Duplicity Tutorial


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Duplicity is an easy-to-use system that allows you to make encrypted backups that are stored at a remote location or even in a locally accessible directory. I t has a good selection of networking back-ends (SFTP, SSH, Google storage, S3 etc), so you should be able to fit it into your organisation. The backups are incremental, which saves on bandwidth and storage space when making subsequent backups. Incremental backups also allow the user to step back to a specific point in time to retrieve an older version of a file.

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